The Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy Major of BIT belongs to the first-grade subject of chemical engineering and technology which is a key subject set by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the second-grade subject of applied chemistry which is also a national key subject.
This program includes traditional directions, new directions set by the ministry of education, and interdisciplinary directions combining control science and technology, mechanical engineering and chemical engineering and technology.
The program has four directions: chemical engineering and technology, pharmaceutical engineering, process equipment and control engineering and chemical energy engineering of which chemical engineering and technology is among the top universities in terms of comprehensive strength and international influence.
The main subjects of the program are chemical engineering and technology and chemistry. This program aims to cultivate high quality and versatile talents with solid chemical experiment operation skills, the latest knowledge of frontier development in chemistry, the spirit of innovation and challenge in scientific research, and the capability of adapting with societal development.
After graduation, students can engage in production, research development, application and management in the field of fine chemicals.
The core courses of this program include Calculus, Linear Algebra, Physics, Circuits and Electronic Technique, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Principle of Chemical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering and Technology.
- Master's program applicants should be university graduates or will graduate by July 31. A doctoral program applicant should have a Master's Degree in the same major or in the relative field of interest;
- Efficient Chinese language skills* (4 grade of HSK) or TOEFL and IELTS scores.
- Recommending by two professors.
*Note: Chinese (Mandarin) is the principal teaching language. BIT also offers some programs in English. Applicants for English taught programs are not required to have Chinese language skills.